The New Materials Exhibition, which focuses on displaying new products and technologies in the new materials industry, will be part of this year's China Hi-tech Fair (CHTF), which will be held in Shenzhen, Guangdong province from Nov 11 to 15.
As one of the seven strategic emerging industries in China and one of the 10 key development areas of the Made in China 2025 initiative, a plan aimed at improving production efficiency and quality, the new materials industry is regarded as the high-tech industry with the most potential for development in the 21st century and has a huge impact on future development.
The high-end platform of CHTF will gather resources from all parties to assist enterprises in all aspects of brand promotion, market development, and industry trends.
Exhibitors like Jimmy Chem, Grahope New Materials, Utility, Garmin, and Marath, which were well received at last year's exhibition and have confirmed that they will participate in this year's event. They are going to bring more developed and designed products to meet the acceptance and consultation needs of people this November.
In addition, this year's exhibition will focus on development trends, adding new displays of material products and technological achievements in the fields of graphene, electronic information materials, new energy materials, high-performance composite materials, biomedical materials, materials testing, and R&D equipment.